“Got any thoughts on the bomb?” I asked breathlessly down the phone to a veteran Athens politics-watcher.
January 21, 2010, will go down as a dark day in the history of US democracy, and its decline.
Mother of Rock: The Lillian Roxon StoryBy Robert MillikenBlack Inc., 2010360 pp., $27.95 pb.
Tens of thousands of students rallied on February 12 in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, in a show of support for President Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian revolution.
ScreamersDirected by Carla Garapedian, featuring music by System of a DownVia Vision Entertainment, DVD95 minutes, $24.95
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has inaugurated new government-run hypermarkets (large supermarkets), which replace of the recently nationalised Exito hypermarket chain.
Trotsky: A Biography By Robert Service, Pan Macmillan, 2009 624 pages, $59.95 hb
Marc Hall — a US soldier at Fort Stewart and hip hop artist — is to be whisked off to Iraq for a military court martial, out of reach of the public eye and his own civilian defence lawyers.
Fiona Foley: Forbidden University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane. Showing February 19-May 2
The following call for a national strike and day of action in defence of public education was released by the California Coordinating Committee. It is reprinted from
On February 13, 15,000 occupying troops from the US, Canada, Britain, Denmark, Estonia and the Afghan puppet state launched the Operation Moshtarak military offensive on Helmand province.
Five thousand people took to the streets of Vancouver on February 12 to protest the opening of the corporate spectacle known as the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
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